Evaluate Your Connections
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Fam. It’s time to do some evaluating. The first thing we are going to evaluate is our connections. I’m going to ask you a series of questions, and I want you to think about the people you are connected to. You don’t have to do anything with this information if you don’t want to, but I’m gonna challenge you to think about it. Ask these questions about the five people you spend the most time with.
Ready? Let’s go.
Question 1: Does this person add anything to your life?
Question 2: How does being around this person make you feel the majority of the time?
Question 3: Does this person strengthen you in any way?
Question 4: Is this person self-sufficient, or does he/she rely on you?
Question 5: More often than not, does an interaction with this person leave you strengthened or drained?
Question 6: Is this person doing any good in the world?
Question 7: Is this person living or merely existing?
Question 8: Do you deal with this person out of obligation or personal choice?
Question 9: Has this person grown any from where he/she was at this time last year?
Question 10: What do you add to this person’s life?
Question 11: Does this person correct you when you’re wrong?
Question 12: Are you serving what you believe to be God’s intended purpose in their life?
Question 13: Are they serving what you believe to be God’s intended purpose in your life?
Question 14: Do they handle conflict/disagreement in a healthy manner?
Question 15: Is this a relationship you are proud of?
Question 16: Do you believe this to be a connection that God is pleased with?
I know that this is a long list of questions, but please believe that evaluating your connections is one of the best things you can do in this season. Be sure to download the podcast notes if you want a digital or physical copy of these questions. Ask God what to do with the answers.
Have an amazing day today. Show love to yourself AND others. Be GREAT! I speak life to you and everyone and everything connected to you! Catch me tomorrow!